Members of the American Immigration Law Association (AILA) recently reported that a number of L-1A Executives have recently received scam letters purportedly written by Lori Scialabba, the Deputy Director of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). USCIS, however, confirmed that the agency did not issue these letters. Some of the letters state that the Beneficiary has been randomly selected for further investigation and request that the Beneficiary provide additional evidence regarding income and/or appear for an interview. The letters are poorly written and contain several grammatical errors. Anyone who is the Beneficiary of an L1-A petition and has received a suspicious letter regarding his or her immigration matters is urged to contact our offices right away so that we may address the potential scam and protect the Beneficiary’s interests.